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The single-largest investment and business opportunity in Africa will be its rising consumer market.
Although they’re putting money aside for a rainy day, African consumers are eager to spend.
Anna Rosenberg finds that Kenya is ahead of other East African countries in many areas.
As disposable income is limited, African consumers are selective and smart about what they purchase.
African consumers are highly brand conscious compared with consumers in other countries around the world.
This landlocked East African country has good potential for growth.
The African Retail Development Index highlights markets that hold potential for growth in retail.
A Q&A session with KPMG partner Toyin Gbagi highlights potential for business in the West African nation.
Wambui Mukenyi’s fashion label of the same name has been well received.
Nigerian fashion label Minku is the first Nigerian startup to accept Bitcoin.
Thorough research and on-the-ground experience is key to understanding and unlocking Africa’s complex consumer market.
In order to gain success in African markets, multinational companies need to become truly local.
“The market is huge and there really is space for everyone,” says Zashadu Bags founder.
Restaurant company targets East Africa’s growing middle class with seafood chain.
Last year’s terrorist attack in Kenya’s capital has had an adverse effect on businesses operating in the shopping centre.